Exporting data from Tradervue

It’s now possible to export data out of Tradervue if you’d like to keep a backup of your data, do some calculations in Excel, or whatever else you like! There are new export buttons in several places in the application; here is a screen shot of the Trades View:

If you click the export button, it will generate and download a CSV file that you can import into Excel or elsewhere. You can export from the following parts of the site:

  • The Trades View, as shown above
  • The Journal View
  • An individual trade page, to export executions

Export is available for all silver and gold subscribers.

7 thoughts on “Exporting data from Tradervue

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    • Izzy, there is a “Download” link at the bottom of the right-hand column in the Journal view. If you don’t see it, let me know and I’ll post a screenshot.

      • Thank you. I can see it. It gives you just the notes per day.

        Thank you anyway.

        • You can also print the journal view, if you’re looking for the other information (trades, P&L charts, etc) to be there with it. And of course if you want trading detail, you can export from the Trades View. If there’s something you need that you can’t figure out how to export easily, shoot us a note (http://www.tradervue.com/help/contact) and we’d be happy to try to help!

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